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This is contrary to a well-known result from the classical theory of thin accretion disks that viscous stresses always transport angular momentum outwards (Lynden-Bell and Pringle, 1974). (d) Abramowicz and Prasanna (1989) demonstrated that close enough to a Schwarzschild black hole (for r < 3GM/c 2 ), the Rayleigh stability criterion is reversed: stable equilibria correspond to angular momentum decreasing outwards, whereas the conventional Rayleigh criterion demands that the angular momentum must increase outwards for stability.
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